The NZ kayaking squad is gearing up for the start of their World Cup onslaught, with World Cup 1 in Poland the first on the chopping block.
Jo Aleh and Olivia (Polly) Powrie have moved up to second place overall after two more good races at the 2012 470 World Championships in Barcelona.
It’s a great feeling to have defended our Silver Medal at the just completed 49er sailing World Championships in Zadar, Croatia. Thanks to YNZ and our coach Jez.
The NZL Sailing Team’s last wave of World Championship campaigns for 2012 are underway in Europe for the Finn, 470 and Laser Radial sailors.
The UK’s largest ever man-made wildflower meadows have been sown on the Olympic Park this week, ready to flower gold around the Olympic Stadium in 73 days.
A 57-strong New Zealand team will contest the UCI BMX World Championships in Birmingham next week including a record 14 riders in the BikeNZ squad to compete in the elite competition.
Basketball New Zealand has confirmed assistant coaches for their national senior teams hoping to qualify for the London Olympics.
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The coaches and support staff for the New Zealand swimming team for the London Olympics has been finalised.
Olympic hopefuls Rosara Joseph and Karen Hanlen were out of the major contenders in the third round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in the Czech Republic.
Marc Willers was within a snap of back-to-back success at the UCI BMX World Cup in the Netherlands.
The New Zealand men have enjoyed one of their most successful ITU World Triathlon Series events ever, with three athletes coming home inside the top 10 to cement their overall ranking inside the to